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Wed Sep 7, 2016
Jshi3000 asked:
Low Quality of Toll Brothers Houses

Materials and craftsmanship qualities are low. A lot of warranty issues. For instance, they put a big hole on the bottom sill of a window of my new…
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Wed Aug 10, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
The agent can simply log on, edit and remove them. Trulia does not edit listings, they are a site to place ads for listings.
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Wed Mar 4, 2015
RonS answered:
Might want to let the IRS know because they think it only applies to loans up to 2014. I've read nothing about any extension into 2015.
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Tue Feb 17, 2015
realtorjoesamona answered:
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Thu May 17, 2012
Bob Jakowinicz answered:
Carol, as far as renting/leasing is concerned each owner/manager of the property has their own guidelines they follow. Based on what I have seen in the past you should be able to secure somewhere to live with just a little effort. It may take just a few years though before you can get a home loan, if you are interested in the specifics on that just call a local mortgage rep and tell them your situation. ... more
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Thu Sep 4, 2008
Lisa Bender answered:
Kevin ... it's never too late. Keep talking to the bank until the very end. Yes, it's a LONG process and in the end the odds are against. Have a plan, show them what you need to make it work and prove to them if they allow it everyone will be better off. If speak with one person, ask to speak to a supervisor. Never give up on your home if you can afford to keep it with some modifications. But make sure you can keep your end of the deal. I have been successful about 3 times in getting originals owners their homes back. We had to be creative, but we did prevail in the end.

If you'd like some advice or pointers, give me a call. More than happy to help.
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